West Gallery The West gallery constantly changes. It is in this area that we build five major exhibits a year. Festival of Trees
East Gallery These Displays tell the story of Cherokee's development. The lives of the early settlers are portrayed through historical artifacts.
Sanford Room Furnished in mid-nineteenth century style, the Sanford Room provides a beautiful setting commemorating the museum founders
Our Lower Level features a variety of topics, including a display featuring Iowa's Astronaut, Peggy Whitson. There is also a hands-on area dedicated
Our Ice Age area is dedicated to showing visitors the wonders of the Ice Age. Many fossilized remains are from the animals that populated this region
Time and Traditions: The Archaeology of Northwest Iowa tells the story of the native people of the area
Local artists display their skills on the Art Wall in the East Gallery.
Artists featured in 2022:
January: Danna Fruetel
February: Lory Chaplin
March: William Allen
April: Jess Quinn
May: Susan Mcculley
June: Cherokee County Soils Posters
July: Contemporary Embroidery
August - September: Astrid Hilger Bennett
October: Cherokee County 4-H Projects
November: Meghan Flynn
December: Kathy Edwards Hayslett
For information about how to be featured on our Art Wall, please email us at email@example.com
We have a small gallery in our Time and Traditions Exhibit, solely dedicated to Contemporary Indigenous artists. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on exhibiting your work in one or both galleries.